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News for 2012

Interterm 250: Covering the Inauguration
For 3 credit hours and once-in-a-lifetime memories, 14 Doane students will travel this January to Washington D.C. to witness President Barack Obama be inaugurated for his second term. Students were...
Doane College Welcomes Two New Trustees
The Doane College Board of Trustees has recently added two new members. Judi gaiashkibos and Dr. Thomas F. Tonniges will both contribute their expertise and leadership skills to the Board of...
Meyer Announces Retirement; Goes Out on Top
The 1987 volleyball season was the beginning of a new era at Doane College as Cindy Meyer took over the coaching reigns. Twenty-six years and 664 wins later, Meyer has chosen to go out on top and...
Jeffries Releases Book About Crete History
The history of Crete is more than a hobby for Doane Public Services Librarian and College Historian Janet Jeffries. In her words, it’s more like an obsession. Now, Jeffries has made that obsession a...
Doane Graduate Named Hastings' Police Chief
Pete Kortum, a graduate of Doane College, is the new Police Chief of Hastings. Kortum received his undergraduate degree in public administration through a collaborative program (2 + 2 Program) with...
In the fight against cancer, Tyler is an individual and national champion
In the waning hours of Relay for Life, when the audience had gone home and the caffeine was losing its grip and team members dozed off one-by-one, Tyler Pooschke ran a mile on the track to stay...
Tigers Tied for All-Sports Trophy Lead
The Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) All-Sports Fall Standings came out this week following the completion of the regular season sports and Doane College is tied for the lead through six...
International Artist, Doane Students Create 'Before I Die' Wall
Candy Chang gives public spaces a voice, an emotion, a reflection. On November 12, the international artist and TED Senior Fellow spoke at Doane and mentored art students to create a “Before I Die...
Volleyball and Soccer GPAC Champs
Over the weekend, the Tiger volleyball team became the GPAC champions joining the women's soccer team who earned the same title last week. Volleyball Recap Four years and four runner-up finishes...
Students, Election Commission Team Up to Create Social Media Pages
A group of Doane College students needed a senior seminar project this fall, and the Lancaster County Election Commission needed a way to reach more potential voters, especially those who rely on...
NonTraditional Student Week: Nov. 5 - 9
This year, Doane College is celebrating 30 years in Lincoln and nine years in Grand Island serving adult learners. National Nontraditional Student Week is a great time to recognize the incredible...
Doane Students Help Election Commission Reach Voters Through Social Media
A group of Doane College students needed a senior seminar project this fall. The Lancaster County Election Commission needed a way to reach more potential voters, especially those who rely on social...
Many Moccasins Dance Troupe to Perform in Common Grounds
In honor of Native American History Month, Multicultural Support Services is sponsoring an event at 12 p.m. on November 14 at Common Grounds. The event will feature Many Moccasins, a Native...
Doane Adds Wrestling, Bowling for 2013 Season
On the heels of a third year of record enrollment, Doane College has added wrestling and bowling to its intercollegiate athletic lineup. Beginning in the 2013-14 school year, the college will launch...
Economics Professor Gives Expertise to National Financial Publishing Site
  Economics Professor Les Manns has gained national recognition for his expertise and insight on the state of the economy. Bankrate, a financial publishing site, interviewed Manns for their Federal...

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